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[Europe, UK] Warning over shisha and e-cigarettes as doctors reveal they damage the heart - and those who smoke hookah inhale MORE toxins than cigarettes

'It beats everything. There has been a lot of research over the past two to three years which makes us very clear that all tobacco use, including the waterpipe, smokeless tobacco and electronic cigarettes, is simply not good for your health.'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 13:17
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[UK] Teenager, 18, died of stomach cancer after doctors said she was only losing weight because she 'wanted to be a stick insect'

Around one in five stomach cancers are thought to be caused by smoking. Smokers have double the risk of stomach cancer compared to their non smoking peers. But scientists believe the risk falls if you stop smoking. Those smokers with an HP infection may
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 13:12
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[USA] Is pollution to blame for autism? Babies exposed to dust, dirt and smoke are at increased risk, study finds / Inhaling tiny specs of dust, dirt and smoke could increase autism risk

A link between air pollution and the condition has long been suspected by scientists, and a new study conducted in the US has now added weight to the theory... This was after accounting for other associated factors – such as the mother's age, education a
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 13:08
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[UK] Deaths from cancer soar due to obesity, smoking and living longer:

The rise of smoking in developing countries accounts for lung cancer topping of the list of most new cases in 2013...The Global Burden of Disease, provides a comprehensive assessment of new cases of cancer, and cancer-related death and
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 13:01
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[UK] Almost 90,000 children spared illness by smoking ban: 11,000 fewer a year admitted to hospital with lung infections since law was introduced

Smoking inside public buildings - including restaurants, train stations and pubs - was banned throughout England in June 2007. Analysis of hospital admissions data shows a dramatic drop in the number of children treated for serious breathing problems in
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 12:58
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[Canada] VIDEO: Nova Scotia news conference with Minister, CMOH, CCS re flavours, menthol ban coming into force

CBC News (ca)
added May 29, 2015 12:09
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[Canada] Changes introduced to the Tobacco Sales Act

the sale of all forms of flavoured tobacco will be prohibited effective Jan. 1, 2016. Effective July 1, 2015 the following measures will come into effect: a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes and their liquids to persons under 19 years of age; vapour shops w
Government of New Brunswick (ca)
added May 29, 2015 11:35
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[Kentucky] EDITORIAL: Calling more Smokebusters

The team — made up of seven fourth-graders — researched, drafted and successfully advocated for a smoke-free ordinance that the Middlesboro City Council enacted ... Is there any way we could get them to Frankfort?
Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
added May 29, 2015 09:48
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[UK] Smoking not only kills, it plunges children into POVERTY because parents 'prioritise cigarettes over food'

The addiction places a financial burden on low-income families, causing parents to choose between buying cigarettes and putting food on the table. Researchers fear parents are likely to forgo basic household and food necessities in order to fund their hab
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 29, 2015 09:21
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[UK] Smoke-free legislation and childhood hospitalisations for respiratory tract infections

The introduction of national smoke-free legislation in England was associated with ∼11 000 fewer hospital admissions per year for RTIs in children.
European Respiratory Journal
added May 29, 2015 09:18
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